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The U.S. alleges that offshore outsourcing giant Infosys violated visa laws to increase its profits, reduce visa expenses and avoid tax liabilities, in a settlement announced today.
A federal official directly responsible for Healthcare.gov appeared Wednesday to blame a 'subset' of contractors for the website's problems. In doing so, the government was refuting contractor claims that the Website's problems are the government's fault.
The U.S. Dept. of Justice is expected to announce on Wednesday a resolution to a long-standing visa case involving Indian outsourcer Infosys, an official has confirmed.
One of the largest users of H-1B visas, Infosys, is facing a federal class action discrimination lawsuit filed against it by four people, and may be close to reaching a potential multimillion dollar settlement with the U.S. government over allegations it misused visitor visas.
The percentage of contract workers on IT staffs reach 17% last year and 15% this year in large organizations -- the highest level of contractors to staff since the late 1990s, according to Computer Economics.
Northeast Utilities has told IT employees that is considering outsourcing IT work to India-based offshore firms, putting as many as 400 IT jobs at risk.
The U.S. begins accepting new H-1B visa petitions on Monday, April 1, and fast demand is expected. This is going to be followed by much fury.
Virtualization, cloud services and SaaS is making it much easier to shift IT infrastructure operations to service providers, and that is exactly what many users are doing.
China's plan to create a competitive outsourcing industry was hit with another blow last month with the release of a report that lay bare, in ways never seen before, the extent of the security risks of working in the country.
The most controversial tech issue taken up by the outgoing Congress was, by far, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Here's the outlook for legislation for the next Congress.
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